THREE ROMAN RING STONES
Circa 1st-2nd Century A.D.
Including a flat oval banded agate engraved with an eagle, its wings outstretched, clutching an animal in its talons, on a short groundline; a flat oval carnelian engraved with a nude male, perhaps Cupid, holding a palm branch and a wreath; and a flat oval carnelian engraved with a standing Mars, wearing a crested helmet and a cuirass, a spear in one hand, resting the other on the rim of his shield; mounted as cufflinks in European circa 1920's gold settings together with a European green jasper ring stone with a profile head of a woman
9/16 in. (1.4 cm) long for the largest (2)